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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 December 1886

IL ~amaaj *aru. OOYIWGTON, LA., D.. 11 ia8. VIe a V. Kemitmm.... Proprietres. W.G. Kiatisi . Editor. 6*.iBa Journal of St Tanmany UgSUED EVERY SATURDAY .On copy,. oar.......r*3 00 mn e py six aMothb. . . 00 . !pyhtam onths ........... 56 WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending Dec. 9,1886: Tempe Sturc DoI . Max Mnin. a. ...... ....... ............ s4 :.... ............... 5, 0 34 S ..................... .... 6 2 ........................ 9 ***.................. . . 15 36 * ALEX. BAND, Observer, Mandeville Station, La. Montly reports, suitable for p rivate schools, with teacher's name printed at the bottom, for sale at this office. Price, $1 per 100. We acknowledge the com;,limenmt of a eharnisng serenade last Wed needay night. Many thanks. It is a cold day when the edit r of the Faunas gets left. .jLast Sun day was the coldest day f the sea son. We learn that "Summer Camp," formerly owned by the late L. C. Levy, has beer. purchased by Mrs. Peychaud, of New Orleans, fori $800. Geo. M...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 December 1886

COVINOTON, LA., Dec. 11, 1881t Mrs. S. V. Kentsel.... Proprietresa W. G. Kentbel ....... Editor. O)oial Journal of St. Tammany Parish. - Sucossion of Daniel Johnson. Eighteenth Judicial Distrbct eoart foe the parish of St. Tammuany-Sýata cf Louisiana-No. 183. Notice is hereby given to the credit. ors of this estate, and to all other per sons herein interested, to show cause, within ten days from the present notifi cation, if any they have or can, why the acssout prevented by the administrator of this estate shouli not be apuroved and homolognatei, and the funds di.s tributed in accordance therewith. IBy orter of the court, this 1st day of December, 1~t6. F. B. MARTIND.LII, de4 3t Deputy Clerk. Joseph H. Block vs. Peter Ziger. State of Louisiana. Parish of St. Taan. many-Seventh Justice's Court. By virtue of a writ of leri facias from the honorable aforesaid court, and to me directed, bearing date November 27, 1886 I will proceed to sell at public auction. atthedoor of the Courthouse...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 December 1886

et. ~ammaayjarmW.' w. 0. KENGTOI( - IftW. IOOV1NGTON. - IIIS[LNL HERRINGS FOR SARDINES. What amre as Done for the Freal. man mEar for the Shrewd Teakee. The rich, spicy favor of the French sardine was not there, but only the un mistakable taste of the native herring. The Yankees could not discover any means by which the herring taste could be eradicated, and the sardine business was pronounced a failure, but out smart New Yorkers, after a few experi. ments, hit upon a mixture of oils and spices for a packing sauce, which made a sardine of a herring in a twinkling. and a gigantic industry has sprung from the simple discovery. Not only are sardines made from common her rmg now, but from sea trout, a fish called a moranee and several other finny species, all herring of lesser or greater growth. The herring of which sardtnes are made are never over four inches long, and the catching of the fish keeps hun dreds of people busy along the coasts of Maine and New Brunswick. The herring go in...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 December 1886

St. muam augn aimeF. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich sad the Poor." W. 1G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., DECEMBER 18, 1886. VOL. XR--NO. 4 "FOR THE TIME BEING." * "For the time being!" U ong is that? A space as brief M es the whirling Autumn leaf s the sward, the April flake Sochange to dew, the ware to break Now shoreward fleeing ? "For the time being!" Row long is that? As long, perchance, As while a merry thought doth glance Across the deep and well loved eyes ? As long as term of tears and sighs. The full heart freeing ? "For the time belng!' We :ong is that? I wait to hear. A breathing space, a day, a year ? Till this life's silent bound be won, And other unknown life begun Past sound, past seeing T "For the time being!" It Is forever, as I think, A ceaseless adding link to liak, A ser es. as of waves at sea; PFr, tell me. when shall time not be, In Fate's decreeing ? "tor the time being!" (t is ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 December 1886

Pt. eiia, a *armer. COVINGTON. LA.. Dsc. 18, 1886. WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending Dec. 16. 1886: December. Max MJL. 20........................ 68 45 11........ ............... 61 50 12 ....................... 66 41 13........................ 59 43 14 ....................... 1 34 15........................ 54 48 16..... .. ..... 43 25 AL . BAND, Obs.,rver. Mandeville Station, La. NO PAPER .NEXT WEEK. Next Saturday, being lChristmas Day, no paper will be issued from this office. This is in accordanc* with our old establlislhw rule and will give our numerous employee an opportunity to spend Christmas day at home with their respective families. And after their faithful service duriag the past twelve months, they surely deserve this short holiday. We take this oc easion to wish our readkrs a merry Christmas and happy New Year. ACT 111 OF 1886 REJECTED. As will be seen by the procee-l ings of the Police Jury, in another column. Act 111, of 1886, for the protection of the sheep i...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 December 1886

COVINGTON. LA.. 1).:. Is. 1ht Juceeesion of Daniel Jousonu. Eighteenth Judicial Distr'ct court fr "he garish of St. Tamnarny-State of Lousiana--No. 183. Notice is hereby given to the cre4it ore of this estate, and to all other per sons herein interested, to show cause, within ten days from the present rlVtifi cation, if any they have or c.m. why the account presented by the administra:or of this estate should not be aporovel and homologated, and the funds dis tributed in aeoordance therewith. By order of the court, this 1st Jlay of Decembsr, 1886. F. B M*aTINDALTs, de4 3t Deluty Cit-rk. Joeoph H. Block vs. Pt-4 r Zi.,r. State of Louisiana. Parish of St. Tamu many-Seventh Justice's Court. By virtue of a writ of fieri facies from the honorable aforesaid court. and to me directed, bearing date November , 1886- 1 will proceed to sell at public auction. atthe door of the Courthouse, in the town of Bayou Lnaombe, lparish and Statt aforesaid, on A'lURDAY, the 8th day of Januaay, 1887, betw...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 December 1886

MISCELLANEOUS. -An American lady has opened a house in Paris for young American girls, who have come to that city with out friends or protection, to carry or their studies. --A tramp went into a house in Mis souri and spit on the parlor carpet. The woman was sick in bed. but she got up and broke his collar-bone and rar him to the woods.-St. Louis Post. -The census of 1880 shows that Tennessee ranks first as a honey-pro ducing State. The amount reported was 2.13,i.6ti pounds of honey and 86, 42J pounds of beeswax. ---The President of a life insurance company recently receive a letter in which the writer said: "In case of deth pla.e explain to me what the aires would get when I dye."--Boston Tran scry.t. -There are 2.400 stables of cows in New York. the m:lk of which is sold in in the c'ty; and these cows from the time they enter the stable, until no longer able to give milk, never see grass.--.\: Y. Tim,.s. - There is no more sense in "tipping" a water or bed-room servant who is fait...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 January 1887

Zt. rmmanu armcr.. "TH Bleig of weraumret, uike tUe Dee Am Reves, Sheald Deemi Al te i cpso adl her." V *. . ENIlTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JANUARY 1, 1887. VOL. TO A MAID DEMUEL oftn when the alhe hems, ""r Is a kal et how.. d, or Chat ao Voie low, ddt yoea i your eyes Wh ammn e r. taer I se; But I ý nlst read tLeob ITe less, or Sell a mor. LiAe a pectre ln a book, Reh sa peaeful Is your look, Qiety von walk your wa~ys; ta. s..t duty .ll* the days. -eltber tear am fdere deUWrts. Fevebri days sWottoelgsluhr Aav tsronbIosdrmes sl;eo Tell e mere, erll m less. Swaift the weeks are on she wing; Years are brie, ad love a thiua al. faiuke a lowers. Wake - N .s e .. O-e me weleome, o farewel; Quiekl I wanit Aadwh Boafel ,ast o-morrow may berall l.ve re moe or. no as alL -Andrew A.ea ,f Jimalkmle NrmeIia. LADIES' NUSTACHRE. Rmenovingr Them With a G d Nee di end tattery. seetes, sad AedMs as Destard ea or cumeelar slemaensd - ig Freaekis smmeslad, Wrmsm.s maredlseas, W...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 January 1887

. a.. Jan. 1, 18KI7. S V. Kemtzel... Propl etrvg . 1. Kentzel ........ Edit,-. ~-- _.- kcial Joural of St Tammany Parish. OnR copy, one year.... ...... .s. 0 a py si months ........... . I 00 One**p three month ...... g MISU*D EVERY RATURIiY * WEATHER REPORT For the two weeks ending Doe. 8. 1886: * " Temperature. esemein. 1 . ...... . ......... 7 s O "18.. * ....... 60 53 l0**.............-.......63 41 ***11 *............. 51 19 . 60 30 -l................... 67 51 S........................ 65 49 S -.-... ....... .. . 49 o- ........................ 54 St 1*........................ 00 40 ........... ............ 65 43 18... ..................... 85 4 4 1 ........................ 61 k ALEX. BAND, Observer, Mandeville Station, La. Tuesday, Dec 21s was the short eat day of th e . Warm and t.. 'mer pro valed during the holidays Bay what groceries you need to day. The stores will be losed to morrow. Miss Florenaee ill, of Mande vilne has trees and Qlants for sale. Seo card in another colum...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 January 1887

1 ýxall ný _ ýY111c~ SUammaun ~arm-.= COVINGONx, LA.. Jan. I, 181h ires. a V. Ke niel.... Proptitrew. ..... ..t ..........lito. Ofdi" Journalrd' 8t. Tammany Pa rish. O eepy., *year.... .....e....-r. , 0* *opy sit months ........... 1 00 O**epythreemonaths .. . o .- ~ - ---.-------.•. IIPUED EVERY RATURDAY Lan 08 New Orl es,7 Dec. 1 1 L ties is hereby give that the tol lowlag named settler has filed notice of ni intenti to make final proof in .apport of his claim, and th.t sail wlof will be leade before the Jndge, or, Sus absemeo the Clerk of the District rt, at Covnlaton, La, on Monday. January 14 187, vii: JOHN J. KENNEDY. Who made homestead entry NI ~ 31S Mr the southwet quarter of section 33 .S.ehip 7. south range 14 ast, hi. REesm meridian. He mames the following witnesses to p ae his eoetisuous residence upon and ealtivatios of said lani. viz: sauel Kennedy, MI. P. Porter, Frank Willims. Robert ttarks, all of St. arm _esy parish, sa. del8 6 Taose. J. Bum.za. Register. LaRe Orrs...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 January 1887

W. 0. KEMKN8. mter. GOVINGTO.. - LOLISIAblt A PRIMITIVE CIRCUS. tiaMim e a UeTqs raesemmeas is a Seman inemaameln vuhme During oe of the days of my stay at Bogshra, the inn was the -ens of unmsal commotion. A greater num ber of people than ordinary filled the public rooms, sad everybody appeared to be in a state of ezxitement Upon inquirin the cause I was pointed to a rude placard which hang upon the wall of the room, and which as aoneed, partly in German and prtly in Hungarian. that a circus would be held in the large room of the ian. Upon the placard were two horses' heads and two lags, which were sup posedto represent those of the United mpire. All sorts of wonderful things were promised in the P mme, n eluding gymnasticse -crodic feats horse-ridang, ballet-dancing and $o forth. The prices for admittsance were: Front row (and bring your own chair), 30 kreutsers peeond row (to sit oa benches), 20 kLfutsers; third row (to stand up), 10 kreutaers; children, half priee-performance to...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 January 1887

Zt._kammanp armer. "The Bleaings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. (1. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY P'ARISIt, LA., JANUARY 8, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 2. THE ERRATIC MUSE. Into the stove the last wood falls, A mother steps to the door and calls: 'T1. Henar-r.ee come here to me: Come r.gbt away, now, Hen-cr-aee 1e stove grows cold, the mother waits For Henry's out w.th new club skates. Re wee eahier in a bank, His family led the atvie; And while they acted, obh w swell; He tunered the banker's pile. And now his house and lot are eold, Thee familya gone sway; But tie a dear. delghiful trip A trip to Cansada. I hear his steps along the street, A cheery whistle In the rain: I do not look through streaming pane. To ken the canes of leisure feet; The reason, mh: I know too well And who should better know than I Or loader blame himself -for why? last week be borrowed my umbrell! 'A wagon's tongue can never talk. Its tired ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 January 1887

SVENGTON. LA.. Jan. 8, lAIN?.j M. 8& V. Keataul... .Propaii*wwM W.0. KEatsel .. . Euiti*, O/sil Joanadl of & Tamaman3 Parish. as*epy..*** year.... ......... e0 **. eas month. . I dI , *No epy wthr ... 5 ISSUED EVERY R4TURDAY WEATHER REPORT Fer the pot week, ending Jan. . 1867: n .. ....Max wim. Joan.,7.65 6 *.. ..................... 41 21 3...........4...... 1...: 15 4**............... . 52 !ti . .................. 45 5 Meam temrtu. fr December-Maai. mems. 50:14. Minismum. 40.14. NMmber of vaiy days. & ToW "in l, 146 inches. ALEL. BAND. Obsmery. Mandeville Station. La. We hav had as lee time of it prieting this week. Covington commesees tie new year with a balance of nearly $300 in the treen.ry. We learn that the fare on the stammer New Camelii has been mnisead to $1 50 each way. We learn that an entertanmeant will soon be given for the ben.eft 81 the Methodist Church. LESAL HotusaT.- To-day is the anniversary of the Battle of New Orlesas, and is a legal holiday in this ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 January 1887

COVINU FoN. Li.. Jae. 8, 18b7 r V Ke tzelI... .Proprietrea;. Ooeial Journal' of 8t Tamnany P. rosb. ***epy. one year.... ........t o **Oeepy sx months ........... 100 a**mepy th re mons .. . So IIUED EVERY SATURDAY La4d Offios, New Orleans, La., Doe. 14, 1886. 1 *otlbe*s bere gives that the fol llgemmed eeulw has Lied motlee of hi. latestioa to make uel proof In inpsrt of his elaie, and that said will be mad. before the Judge, o0 h abseee the Clerk of the District Gemt, at Covington. La.. ea Monday. luemay 1K 1667. via: JOHm J. KENNEDY, Who made homestead entry No 5318 ur the suethwest garter of meetion 33 towaship 7, seath range 14 eamt. ta. Rules. meridian. Re sames the following witaeeses to peeve his eutinuous remdesee upon and altiatiao of said lead, via: Samuel eaesed . ]. P. Porter, Preak WifisemýReobert ek, all of Lt. Tam a8 6 T= .s J. Bown.u, Register. lass Owecm Nuw Omrzassm, La.4 Dee. 2,.1886.) Yeles is hereby gives that the follow beg seamed settler hue Sled actiee of hi...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 January 1887

W. 0. FtZeL. mlit.. COY1NGTJ)N. LOUVISIANA. t 'vAi4tiJrox - LOUISIANA. A RICE PLANTATION. us.. AWWies O* the Atsemase DMelts. No fairer prospect exists in the whole realm of agriculture than the landscape of a well-appoibted rice plantation, whether viewed in early spring before planting, with the tawny seams of its embankments intersecting the cheek Ored squares, the yellow mold yet steaming from the plow, and the whole visible areaapparently as cleanly swept and garnished as a parlor foor; or later, during the nursery reign of the fostering "stretch water," each square a lake, its wavelets rippling under the fresh sea breeze, with the tops of the dung plants immersed for forcing, in long, waving lines of tendrils Boating on the water, and the russet banks, separating lake from lake, now paths of emerald, their grassy carpet blowing in the April sun; or later still, during the .ions water," the entire landscape one waving sea of green, broken duly by the crystal ribbons of canals a...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 January 1887

St. _&m-nmaun farmcr. "___The Blessings of Govermenst, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rick and the Pee." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGiTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISII, LA., JANUARY 15, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 3. THE GIRL IN FRONT. Ie *t .be.,m down the aise., Ir atched b ea le foe r awbe.r aW that I rayrs th ArIa he be t hair. LUhekeow sthe organ noise, 'b. ~er as eaLt whi8e ni.gt-gowned boy, Whil I inad rar seail heed's poise, AleOeat , ownell trls And Sdtorl o h ler dreo s, She worths Death. "It twas hearly in the spring of 181," a Lieute nantd sh a Bre wnell ai e tolette win referering taste end caused such a sens t the break of the war. Lireutenant Brownellsai s a retir aeds army o. ad ell bred,"also LI aextminer in the pension om -.at this city. The matterory of e olone orsworthdeath' Dbeen reth.entlre vit was early in the spring of 1861," iss Amelutena Jaksonk E. Brownell to the man whoe in referring to the death of Colonel E. Ellswort when whose botgic end...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 January 1887

Pt. & a taInner. CVINOTON LA.. Jan. 15, 1887. lre. S. V. Kennel.... Proel ietr4.us. W. G. Kenal . Ed.ittir. IQSuED EVERY SATURDAY O ial Journal of St Tammany Pariab. e 5 , nem year ............. $St 00 ae py six months. .......... 1 0 OtespYtu.. mouthg .. . 50 WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending Jan. 1, 1887: Teapersture. uSea . Mar iya. T....................... 41 $7 8.. .. ................ 65 36 9........................ 57 43 10 ............ ..... 5 . 26 11 ....................... 53 25 It ................. .... 9 4 1I........................ 3 3 ALE. BAND, Obearver. Mladeville Station. La. The days are getting longer. There was ice last Monday and Tusesday mornings. The Polioe Jury will meet next Wedaeeday. pursuant to adjourn aent. We regret to learn that Miss Mary Kellr, the popular school teaeher. is seriously ill. There will be four judicial sales at the Oourthouse to-day. See ad vertisem ets on next page. A new propelling wheel for the steamer Day-Dream was deliver...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 January 1887

S+t. 1ammn; Aarmr. 'OVINUTI. LA.. Jan. 15,6 IN7. -et 8. V. Keut .I "---'. Dec. 14, 1886. tis~k hereby given that the fol name d settler has Aied notice of his iteetie to make anal proof in suppet of his claim, and that sail twill mbe tade before the Judge, or t f absoeaee the Clerk of the Distriet Gesrt, at CoviaRton, fI , on Monday. eamr S4, 1887, via: JOHR J. KENNEDY. Who adeomestead entry eio 53.i 1r the soUthest quarter of section 33. towhie 7, sodti range 14 east, St. Isma ridian. es names the following witnesses to peeve his eetinuous residence upon sad eltivativatio of said lan I. via: ssmadl Kennedy, 31. r. Porter, Frank W ,ia. Robert tarks, all of 8t Tam uy parish, La. 4.18 6t Taos. J. Bur.za Register. LmAU Ourca, Nzw Osr.ans, La., . Dec. 2, 188& f Notice is hereby given that the follow. ina named settler he iled notice of his atention to make Anal proof in sap. pet of his clai, and that said proof will be made before the Judge or in his absence the Clerk of the Ditrict...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 January 1887

It. -aua daug. COVNGTa. - LOUI, gUujr WHAT TO READ. ems* atnme cwmt aO Ceaene e f meseed a Delsi ann re Uasae. Handy volumes abound that are supposed to give the reader the quint essential oil of all the studious lamps of the past, yet it is idle to laaginethat information, genuine information, is to be got from books in this light andairy fashion. Polite extracts andcompendi ons account of famous writers and their works are sure to find patrons, but they are, for the most part, a de lusion and a snare. If any one wants to know all about Gibbon, for instance, the very least he an do is to read the great historian's life and autobiography, and the whole of "The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire." if you refuse to do that, you may be ac quainted with somebody else's opinion about Gibbon. and you may have a smattering of knowled. say, concern ing the famous fifteent and sixteenth charers. Some persons admire Gib bon sýtyle, some do not. Byron did. and other good rdes might be cited ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 January 1887

__ Qamrn anm farmcr. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Bich and the Poor." IV. ". KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY IPAlfSII, LA., JANUARY 22, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 4. A MARRIAQG A LA MODE - atý hsatse and mine? e asually maIetio Sarie has "arred welL" rsrerie welt!" AI. that'. expressve. isore of ducats at command. Hut the brains We scare telL Hafdsome? Hardly! Ilaiuss If utern ha. married well e she loae him Lve's a peson. MChildih this tatter t.as And her hills hell promptly pay. Dora he love her? =r ldl.r , moe Bine he bought the trotter. "Nelt h He ha. wel.emed naught as gadlay; -,m. suhra married well. I I5. Ls bought and sold; Love she used to aw o old tWell she knows a eart is broken; As for hr'-se can not tell: at her b ridal vos are s polke And Marie has marrid wrell. And. when dimonds are leedin re WLtes's the uea of play hearts? I congratulateI her lad liy; But the wish I can't dispel it mtost irll mav umarry badl...

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